An umbrella category for visual arts related organizations. Sites listed here are informal or non-professional in nature, and encompass many aspects of visual arts, or for specialized arts that do not have a corresponding category.
Membership consists of elite artists selected by a jury. Includes information on submitting works, artist galleries, and event calendar.
Exhibitions and fairs of modern art. Includes newsletter, links, and sample artwork.
The goal is to build a network of artists who want to collaborate. Provides exhibition space and organizes events. Artists are categorized by medium and genre.
Chronicles artists' support of international humanitarian activities. Includes member list and related links. [English and Japanese]
Documents contemporary Asian art. Offers online database, newsletter, and worldwide listing of events.
Organization of lifecasting artists dedicated to promoting the art and public awareness of lifecasting.
International trade association established in 1910 with objectives to inform, promote and develop the art and framing industry.
Offers information on authenticity, ownership, theft, legal, and ethical issues concerning art. Publishes IFAR Journal and organizes conferences, panels, and lectures.
Establishing non-political discourse through art. Includes exhibition schedule and artist biographies.
Unites artists, landscape architects, educators and others working in design, arts, or science who are concerned with the quality of the urban and natural environment. Based in the UK; accepts overseas members.
An international poster organization which spreads ideas in order to stimulate creativity and initiative. Includes archived posters, current activities, and information about membership and workshops.
Mission statement plus information on Romare Bearden, program initiatives and current exhibition.
An independent, non-profit cultural center to promote artistic dialogue between Switzerland and the United States. Provides exhibition information, news, and contact information.
A virtual institution dedicated to an appreciation of the aesthetics of forgery. Includes FAQs, galleries, do-it-yourself workshop, and links and information on projects.
Artists residence and historic landmark located in the former home of exiled German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger. Includes history, projects, newsletter, links, and artist eligibility and residency programs. [German and English]
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